Tag Archive for ethnic minorities

This is the most diverse England squad ever – and no-one cares

Football fans will ask many questions about the England Euro 2016 squad announced today. But will anyone be counting up the non-white faces in the team? Unlikely

Steven Woolfe – Reaching Out: the referendum challenge

In the run-up to the public vote, British Future will engage leading voices on all sides of the debate, asking them to set out the competing visions of the future which they believe can win the confidence and support of modern Britain. In this speech Steven Woolfe, UKIP immigration spokesman, sets out his view of the positive vision with which the Leave campaign can win the EU referendum.

The Great British Take-Off to end inequality

The PM's 'Great British Take-Off' speech on inequality was particularly well-timed. Proof of the pudding will the action that follows, writes Sunder Katwala

David Cameron’s new majority coalition

David Cameron needed to secure the support of up to 3 million new voters to win his 2015 majority. And, writes Sunder Katwala, that’s just what he did.

Why shrinking Commons will delay diversity

Shrinking the next intake of new MPs will put the brakes on progress towards ethnic and gender diversity

The race for the Sikh vote

The largest survey of Sikh voting behaviour in the General Election shows an increasingly competitive race for the Sikh vote.

The class of 2015 enter Britain’s most diverse ever parliament

A record number of ethnic minority MPs have been elected to the House of Commons: so who is in the new Class of 2015?

The new ‘Kingmaker’ seats that could decide the next Prime Minister

Sunder Katwala looks at the new 'Kingmaker' seats that could decide the next Prime Minister